5 Reasons Why Floyd Mayweather Beats Maidana AGAIN!

Floyd Mayweather Jr., Marcos Maidana

Floyd Mayweather is the best and smartest fighter in the world today. YES, he is brash. YES, he is cocky. YES, he is arrogant. YES, in many ways he is a villian. But, NO he is not going to lose tonight’s rematch against Marcos Maidana. Here are my 5 reasons why Mayweather will win again:

Reason#1:  Mayweather’s Amazing Work Ethic

Floyd Mayweather is very dedicated to his craft.  You may see him joking around, partying it up and hanging around his beautiful ladies, but Mayweather takes his boxing very seriously.  We have seen him on 24/7 doing late night runs, lifting weights at 4 a.m. in the morning, and throwing tens of thousands of punches during his workouts.  And he has even said that he trains hard.  To train like the way Mayweather does requires dedication and hard work.  I have seen no other boxer train as hard as Mayweather does.  That is why he goes into every fight as confident as he does.

Reason#2:  Mayweather Doesn’t Want To See The Zero Go!

46 have tried.  46 have failed.  When you have gone undefeated in your professional career for close to 18 years, you will do all that you can to protect your record.  The fear of losing your invincibility and aura will drive you to do all that you can remain to unbeaten.  Mayweather has a $500 million plus empire to protect, and trains with the confidence and belief that no one can beat him.  A man that fights with everything to lose is a very dangerous man to fight.  Maidana is going to be a challenge again.  However, I see Mayweather technically taking apart Maidana and being focused on keeping “the zero” in tact.

Reason#3:  Mayweather Wants To Redeem And Validate His Last Win!

117-111, 116-112, and 114-114 draw.  These were the judges scorecards from Mayweather vs. Maidana I.  It was the first time in many years we have seen Mayweather lose more than two rounds in a fight.  We are so use to seeing Mayweather winning fights pretty easily.  Mayweather was in trouble early, but throwing the straight jab to the body in the later rounds changed the fight.  I had Mayweather at 116-112 the last fight.  Both fighters will come in with minor adjustments, but Mayweather will win again.  Which leads me to point#4:

Reason#4:  Mayweather Is Undefeated In Rematches

Jose Luis Castillo.  This is the last boxer that Mayweather had a rematch with.  In their first fight, it was pretty close and Mayweather came out with the victory.  It was documented that Mayweather tore his rotator cuff two days before the fight.  When the rematch took place, Mayweather outclassed Castillo in the rematch.  I see the same fate for Maidana.  Now that Mayweather has been in the ring with him, he will make the adjustments necessary to counter Maidana better than the first time.

Reason#5:  Mayweather Is The Best Fighter In The World!

Inside the ring “Money” Maywetaher is poetry in motion.  He is made up of all the parts to be a world champion boxer.  He’s confident.  He’s competitive.  He’s composed.  He’s focused. He’s mentally tough.  I give Marcos Maidana respect for his efforts in the last fight.  Maidana is good fighter.  He is not great like Floyd Mayweather.  Mayweather right now is the best fighter in the world, and he’ll get tested early.  In the end, Mayweather’s ability, defensive style, speed and conditioning will be too much for Maidana to overcome.


I see the fight 117-111 for Mayweather in the rematch.  Hate it or love it, that is just the way it will go down.  ENJOY THE FIGHT! 🙂

“I’m a boxer who believes that the object of the sport is to hit and not get hit.”  Floyd “Money” Mayweather





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